Tag Archives: Gartner Magic Quadrant

Big Analytics Roundup (February 15, 2016)

We have a nice harvest of explainers this week, plus eight hard news stories: Gartner Updates Advanced Analytics MQ DataRobot Lands Cash MapR and Hortonworks Report Robust Revenue StreamAnalytix Adds Spark Support BlueData Announces Something Looker Delivers SQL on Hadoop New RStudio Release New Anaconda Release R has a new logo. On the Databricks blog, Tim Hunter and Joseph Bradley announce

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Big Analytics Roundup (March 9, 2015)

Here’s a roundup of interesting Big Analytics news and analysis from the past week.  Featured this week: Hortonworks, Alpine, Spark and H2O. Hortonworks Matt Asay, writing in InfoWorld, deconstructs Hortonworks’ earnings fiasco, and with it the “100% open source” business model. Alpine Data Labs VentureBeat reports a story that Alpine Data Labs claims 10X growth in user count and billings year over year.

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Gartner Advanced Analytics Magic Quadrant 2015

Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant for Advanced Analytics is out; for reference, the 2014 report is here; analysis from Doug Henschen here.  Key changes from last year: Revolution Analytics moves from Visionary to Niche Alpine and Microsoft move from Niche to Visionary Oracle, Actuate and Megaputer drop out of the analysis Gartner changed its evaluation criteria this year to reflect only “native”

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